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Saturday 23 September 2023 Dublin: 9°C

# Sign of the times

All time
11 of the most beautiful shopfronts and signs around Dublin, chosen by artists and designers
From venerable pubs to pop-up restaurants: the typography that brightens the streets of the capital.
Tallaght Hospital says new app will 'help patients get the most from their treatment'
It’s the first public hospital in Ireland to launch this type of app.
Job search giant Indeed is locked in a six-month fight with Dublin council over an 8ft sign
The billion-dollar company still has no permission to light the giant logo at its St Stephen’s Green office.
Job search giant Indeed is locked in a six-month fight with Dublin council over an 8ft sign
The billion-dollar company still has no permission to light the giant logo at its St Stephen’s Green office.
Con O'Callaghan, Bernard Brogan and the changing of the guard in the Dublin attack
Jim Gavin also delivered good news on the Michael Darragh Macauley injury front.
Nails used in crucifixions among recently discovered artefacts from the time of Jesus
Artefacts such as vases, cooking utensils and jewellery were also found recently.
'Drive-thru' ashes coming to Galway for the start of Lent
People will be able to drive in one church gate, get their ashes, and exit out another gate at Glenamady Church.
'A great day for Ireland': Irish sign language one step closer to official recognition
The bill would see sign language recognised as a native and independent language.
A farmer moving to Dublin for college has gone to great lengths for somewhere to stay
Grim.
This great shop sign perfectly captures the mood in Ireland yesterday
Hats off to Seanie D.
So apparently a parent in south Dublin had one of those moments...
Look, parenting is tough.
You've probably been signing off your emails wrong this whole time
Not-so-best regards.
The Irish Times is bringing in a very leaky paywall
But one analyst has warned the plan could backfire and send readers to other outlets.
The Clare company behind London Underground and New York subway signs has been sold
Data Display counts the New York subway and London Underground among its customers.
Short documentary reveals the world of sign writing in Dublin
How many places do you recognise?
What exactly does this road sign mean?
We’re flummoxed. Flummoxed so we are.
Snapshot: Jimmy McGuinness urged to let Donegal 'off the Laois'
That’s a pun alright.
Pics: 11 shop fronts from a different Ireland
Many – but not quite all – of these stores and pubs have now disappeared.
Pics: Beautiful vintage film signs from Dublin’s Ambassador cinema
Gone With The Wind! Star Wars! Rocky! All hand-painted by one man.
Newspaper ad from 1838 lays bare how society viewed those in Magdalene Laundries
In announcing a “charity sermon,” it speaks of “numberless unhappy females whom it has reclaimed from vice by religious and moral instructions”.
Fianna Fáil senator says signs saying he is still TD “not misleading”
Thomas Byrne lost his Meath East Dáil seat in February but told constituent that “there’s plenty of people around who wish I was still a TD”.
Iconic tourist signpost to be reinstated
Ballyvaughan road signage is to get “State-protected status” after emergency Clare County Council meeting.